​Yo Gotti Concert

Who’s performing at the concert?

The concert, hosted by the University Union Student Programming Board, will feature the hip-hop artist Yo Gotti.

When is the concert?

The concert is Wednesday, April 25, 2018. The show will start at 8 p.m. Doors open at 7 p.m.

Where is the concert?

The concert will be in Stegeman Coliseum located at 100 Smith St., Athens, GA 30602.

How do I get a ticket? What is the cost of tickets? How do tickets work?

Tickets will be available to both students and non-students. See below for the difference between student and non-student tickets.


UGA student tickets are ONLY available to UGA students who have paid their student activity fee on the Athens campus. Student tickets will cost $5.00 each, and they go on sale Wednesday, April 18, 2018, at 9 a.m. Only one student ticket will be issued per valid student ID. No exceptions will be made. Once the student purchases their ticket, the ticket will be loaded onto the student's UGACard. To gain entry to the concert, each student must present their valid UGACard. The UGACard will be scanned for the ticket. No persons are allowed to use a UGACard not issued to them. All sales are final. No refunds, credits, or exchanges will be granted. UGA student tickets are non-transferable and not available to be resold. The cost of UGA tickets purchased the day of the concert (April 25) will increase to $12.00. The last day to purchase a $5.00 UGA student ticket is April 24.

In addition, UGA students will have the ability to purchase floor tickets (standing-room only) and lower- upper-level (seated) tickets. When purchasing your ticket, you must select one ticket from one of the available areas. Once you have purchased your ticket for that area, it WILL NOT be changed for any reason. As a reminder, the floor level will not have any seats and will be standing-room only. There are seats in the rest of the coliseum’s lower and upper levels.

UGA students will be able to purchase one student ticket and up to four (4) non-student tickets with a valid 81X number. The additional non-student ticket will cost $12.00. Those non-student tickets will NOT be available for the floor. After purchase, the UGA student who purchased the tickets should print the non-student tickets and provide to their guests to bring to the event and be scanned physically for entry into the concert.

If you are having trouble purchasing your Student Ticket, do ensure that you have entered in the code with your 81X number correctly. YoGotti:81XXXXXXX with NO SPACES and WITHOUT the last number on the UGACard. It will contain nine (9) numerical digits total.


The price of non-student tickets is $12.00, and they go on sale Tuesday, April 17, 2018, at 9 a.m. A limit of four (4) tickets per household will be enforced. After purchasing tickets, non-students will bring their printed ticket to the event to be scanned for entry into the concert. All sales are final. No refund, credits, or exchanges will be granted.

Non-students WILL NOT be able to purchase tickets for the floor.

Why are UGA students who have paid the student activity fee on the Athens campus the only ones allowed access to the floor?

The University Union Student Programming Board is a student organization that is funded by the student activity fee with a mission of planning and hosting events for students. While the concert will be open to non-students, the floor section will be exclusive to only UGA students. Additionally, UGA and University Union are committed to accommodating UGA students first.

Can I use someone else’s UGACard to gain entry?

No one will be allowed to use a UGACard that was not issued to them.

Do I have to have my UGACard to gain entry?

Yes, if you have purchased a student ticket you must present your UGACard with your claimed ticket loaded on it in order to enter the concert. No exceptions will be made. No UGACard, no entry.

Who is hosting the concert?

The concert is hosted by the University Union Student Programming Board. More information about University Union can be found at its website: http://union.uga.edu. Connect with University Union via social media—Facebook, Instagram, Twitter.

Who should I contact regarding ADA accommodations?

The University of Georgia is committed to providing access and reasonable accommodations for people with disabilities upon request. Please contact the Center for Student Activities & Involvement via phone at 706-542-6396 or via email at michael.bailey@uga.edu with specific requests.

Am I allowed to line up outside of Stegeman before the concert?

Lining up will not be allowed until 5:30 p.m. If you arrive before that time for the event, you will be asked to leave and return at 5:30 p.m.

How do I get to the concert, and where do I park?

Students that live on-campus are encouraged to safely walk to Stegeman Coliseum or also use the UGA Transit Bus service. Limited parking will be available in the Carlton and South Decks. A UGA Parking map can be found here.

Is alcohol allowed?

Absolutely no alcohol is allowed. Any persons found with alcohol in their possession will be subject to ejection from the venue.

Can I bring a non-alcoholic beverage inside the venue?

Non-alcoholic beverages in factory-sealed plastic containers, not exceeding 32 oz. are allowed. Only one beverage per person will be allowed.

What items are not allowed in the venue?

Items not allowed inside the venue include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Alcoholic beverages, marijuana, or other illegal drugs. Any persons found with contraband in their possession are subject to ejection from the venue.
  • Animals (except working service animals) – For ADA accommodations, please contact 706-542-6396 or michael.bailey@uga.edu.
  • Any unsealed beverages
  • Audio or video recording devices, professional cameras or cameras with removable lenses
  • Bicycles
  • Book bags, backpacks, purses (the Clear Bag Policy will be enforced; more information here)
  • Bullhorns or noisemakers
  • Coolers
  • Glass bottles or aluminum/steel cans
  • Laser pointers
  • Selfie sticks/poles
  • Umbrellas
  • Weapons of any kind

Stegeman Coliseum will be following the Georgia Clear Bag Policy. Please find more information here.

How long will the concert last?

The concert starts at 8 p.m. and will end no later than 11 p.m. Doors open at 7 p.m.